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Our Poetry Collection, ‘Passages of Pain, Lyrics of Loss’ is Now On Sale for Just $.99!

Valentine’s Day is in the bag, and so is HNR’s third official ebook release. Passages of Pain, Lyrics of Loss is a collection of poetry that includes roughly 60 eclectic pieces from authors such as Robin Dover, Vincenzo Bilof, Colin Smith, Matthew R. Davis and more.

Having contributed quite a bit to this collection myself, I can tell you first-hand it’s a profoundly personal collection that explores the darkness of the heart far more frequently than that of the haunted house, serial killer or monster. It was, for me personally, quite painful putting together, and I’ll openly admit my apprehension and anxiety during this entire process.

It’s been taxing.

But if you’ve ever battled with vices, or had your heart torn from your chest cavity, or engaged in mental warfare and the struggle to overcome poverty, then you’re human. And you’re likely going to find something that taps a nerve within this collection. It’s just not your typical collection of poetry.

There’s heart in this collection. There’s passion bleeding through every word. At $.99 it’s not a risk, but a worthwhile investment that’s going to remind you that poetry is pretty damn intense.

Here’s the link (you can also click the images for the direct purchase link) – let’s get the sales rolling in, continue our trend of high debut charting, and blow some unsuspecting fans away!

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5 Comments on Our Poetry Collection, ‘Passages of Pain, Lyrics of Loss’ is Now On Sale for Just $.99!

  1. I purchased this last night and I’ve been steadily working my way through it. I’m not going to say that every poem in there knocked me out- there have been one or two that I didn’t like at all, in fact – but the thing is that, with the possible exception of comedy, poetry is the most subjective art form that exists. It really is beyond “real” criticism for the reason that what one person might find pretentious and poorly executed, another person might perceive as relatable and find both haunting and deeply affecting. Poetry is generally the result of raw emotions that run in a deep vein and, as a consequence, it tends to affect people on a more individual basis than a novel or short story would. I’m keeping that in mind as I read the rest and will also keep that at the fore of my thinking when I construct my review for Amazon in the next few days. What I can affirm at this point is that the majorty of the work so far has been VERY good , with some genuinely powerful imagery being evoked throughout the collection. I’m not finished with it yet, but if I were to write a review right now, I’d definitely be recommending it just on the number of excellent poems I’ve read so far. Good work, folks. You should take a bow.


  2. Vitina Molgaard // February 15, 2014 at 10:36 pm // Reply

    D.S. Ullery…I sent in mine but didn’t expect to see them…I have only had a minimum of time to read the others. I just wanted to say I found what you had to say here is right spot on. …poetry is very subjective….if it is written from any real place it can be dark and should normally be personal. Thank you for this comment…enjoy what ever touches you…just me..Vitina


  3. I got my copy this morning and I am quite impressed! Some really good poems here. Vitina your Dark Images really struck me, love it.


  4. Vitina Molgaard // February 16, 2014 at 2:58 am // Reply

    Glad to see you picked this up today Paula …Thank you for your comment….just me…vitina


  5. Tried to post on Dreadit but “that subreddit only allows text posts”. That wasn’t the case the last time I used it.. :/


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